Kelsey joins Capital Sisters with an extensive background in Operations Management in a variety of settings including healthcare, human resources, and business. She is an expert at achieving significant and sustainable operational improvements by focusing on critical processes, systems, performance and supporting infrastructure.
In addition to a zeal for strategizing process improvements, Kelsey is also passionate about volunteering to mentor and empower those in the community that are less fortunate or disabled. Over the past 15 years, she has volunteered with teens without housing, patients with traumatic brain injuries, and older adults with chronic mental illness. A life-long advocate for gender and racial equality, Kelsey is thrilled to help Capital Sisters advance the economic empowerment of women though entrepreneurship.
Kelsey received an undergraduate degree in business management with a minor in accounting at Colorado State University. She is currently studying at Cornell University to obtain a project management certification.